Temecula Montessori Academy, Building A Foundation For Life & Learning
   
Temcula Montessori Curriculum

CURRICULUM

“Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand.” Confucius

We believe that children learn through a carefully prepared environment where they are able to grow their own natural talents. All subject areas are blended together to compose an extraordinary educational experience where children work freely in a structured environment. Within this framework, the children progress at their own pace and rhythm, according to their individual capabilities.

Studies are centered in these areas:

Practical life

These activities are designed to teach the child how to deal with their real world environment. Activities such as pouring, cutting and pasting, tying shoes, etc. also help the child with a sense of order, coordination, independence and concentration. Vegetable, fruits and plant flowers is part of our daily activities so the children can enjoy the fruits of their labor. Mathematics

Language, Mathematics and Writing

Children are introduced to concepts of language and mathematics and encouraged to explore these areas of essential cognitive skills. These skills are reinforced through various writing exercises where children strengthen penmanship and comprehension skills.

Phonic Reading Program

Through our phonetic reading program children build a passion for reading at an early age. Our five year olds are reading at a 3rd grade level!

Culture

Children learn the importance of citizenship, community and family. Monthly we learn about different countries’ cultures and teach the importance of respecting human diversity. Exploration of each area is encouraged through trips outside the classroom, and activities, which give them a deeper appreciation for others. This inclusive approach to education fosters a feeling of connection to all humanity, and encourages their natural desire to make contributions to the world.

Science, Botany & Zoology Science, Botany & Zoology

The science curriculum is an integral part of the Montessori classroom which promotes curiosity. Children begin to understand about their environment first by observing and then experimenting with hands-on activities which include classifying and caring for different plants and animals.

Foreign Language

The children will be enriched through the joy of learning Spanish. The objective of the curriculum is to learn a different and exciting language through fun and engaging activities.

Art, Music and DanceArt, Music and Dance

Your child will be introduced to an array of artistic concepts to encourage creativity and appreciation of art. Introductions to Composers, Impressionist and Poets are just few of the areas the children will explore. Yearly recitals are held to display the children’s interpretations of music and movement.